agria


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agria

(ăg′rē-ə)
n.
An extensive pustular eruption.
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Others recommend Wilja or Agria and Gordon Ramsay swears by (well he would) Desiree for chipping.
Evaluacion de la reproduccion por semilla de la pitaya agria (Stenocereus gummosus) en Baja California Sur, Mexico.
6 million with the Banco Espanol de Credito (Banesto), to purchase tractors and farm machinery from the Spanish firm Agria Hispania, which is represented by Dominican importer Fortunato Canaan, reports DR1 Daily News (Feb.
Par su parte, el poema "Letania de Nuestro Senor Don Quijote", elaborado con un fino hu morismo y con una meditada tecnica poetica, es una agria critica a la sociedad y a la cultura de los primeros anos del siglo XX, sin descartar lo espanol.
Pat Eddery received retrospective praise after The Fortune Hunter won Scandinavia's richest race, the pounds 51,223 Agria Breeders' Trophy, at Taby, Stockholm, on Sunday.
The Seaforth's attack on Agria was held up at one point by a well-positioned enemy machine gun post.
Antimicrobials: "safe" levels in a synthetic diet of an insect, Agria affinis.
ha-1 applied at two stages (at planting date and during cultivation) and the sub-plot was potato cultivars including Agria, Marfona, clone B5 and clone B6.
Agria and Russet Burbank are among the other kinds of spuds produced, with the latter variety grown mainly in the area of Hanover and points further east.
Purchase a selection of tortilia chips, salsas, and dips, including refried beans, guacamole, and Latino creams such as crema Mexicana agria (salted sour cream) and crema Centro-americana (thick and tangy) - they're sold in Latino food markets.
He also serves as an independent director and chairman of the nominating committee of Agria Corporation, a Chinese agricultural company listed on NYSE, since November 2008.
The main plot was N fertilizer (as urea) including 0, 100 and 200 kg N/ha applied at two stages (at planting date and during cultivation) and the sun-plot was potato cultivars including Agria, Marfona, clone B5 and clone B6.